When I stumble, I am really learning to step higher.
Some people only feel truly alive when they are angry.
Loving my enemy today might save me a lot of heartache down the road.
In this series, I’d like to share with you, in detail, what I do, how to do it, and why it works.
Imagine how life would improve if you could forget about your own needing and striving.
What would happen if today, you created the life you wanted using Love as the tool?
Am I the only one who starts getting the blues on Sunday night? The idea of starting another work week feels exhausting. Let’s start this week with a good mindset. To help us make this mental adjustment, I put down a little prayer for Monday morning. Just read it slowly and let it sink in. I pray you and I will have a blessed, safe, productive, joyful week!
Thank you for this day and another chance to enjoy your blessings.
I thank you for my job, my home, and my family.
Help me to perform the work before me with the best of my ability and with a good attitude.
Help me to open my eyes this week and see my blessings, so that I will not dwell on the distractions.
Help me to stay focused on you, on Love, and to remember that you are always with…
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Imagine lighting a candle in a dark room. The light doesn’t have to push against the force of darkness. The darkness simply fades away. It cannot be in the same space as light.
Love is like that. Bring a bit of Love into any situation, and the darkness will disappear. Love is the energy and divine power of the Divine. In its presence, there can be no fear, no sadness, no hate, no impatience, and no frustration.
Love has many children. The light sends out sparks. They are trust, faith, generosity, hope, kindness, belief, openness, humility, and truth.
Take this idea with you today. There is a line in Conversations With God, by Neale Donald Walsh that asks, “What would Love do?” This is to be applied to any problem. Whatever the issue or struggle, just ask, “What would Love do?” It really is that simple.
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